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Another unique characteristic of Duraluxe panels is their resistance to graffiti, markers, lipstick and more. The toughness of Duraluxe panels is due to the special formulation of the coating we use, a special formulation that makes the panels impenetrable to external pollutants, such as dirt and permanent markers/inks. While the cleaning of surfaces sublimated with regular powders would leave stains or blotches, panels with Duraluxe anti-graffiti / UV resistant properties can be cleaned easily with no traces of pollutants.
Here the lab tests:
1. Product features
The main characteristic of the anti-graffiti powder 11X-XXX-YYYY (previous code: DS-0XXXA) is the high resistance to contamination: a special formulation makes products coated with this powder impenetrable to external pollutants, such as dirt and permanent markers/inks. While the cleaning of surfaces painted with regular powders would leave stains or blotches, surfaces painted with anti-graffiti powder will be cleaned easily with no traces of pollutants. These powders are all for sublimation and they are typically smooth and glossy.
2. Technical information
– Technical data
Powder type Polyurethane
Resistance class Class 1
Performance (in surface/mass) 13,1 m2/Kg
Specific weight 1,27 ± 0,03 g/cm3
– Application methods and curing conditions:
Powder available for corona charging application. Curing time and temperature:
– 25 minutes at 195°C ñ 383°F (metal temperature).
– 20 minutes at 200°C ñ 392°F (metal temperature).
– 15 minutes at 205°C ñ 401°F (metal temperature).
Recommended thickness: 60-80 micron.
– Mechanical properties and durability
Test Standard Reference Result
Buchholz ISO 2815 ok
Adhesion ISO 2409 No adhesion loss; ok
Salt Spray ISO 9227 corrosion<4 mm; ok
3. Variants and special formulations
There are several variants of this series. This powder can be produced:
– Clear or colored opaque;
– Super durable, Class 2;
– Low curing;
4. Anti-graffiti test
The anti-graffiti properties of this series of powders are tested according to the international standard UNI 11246, which defines the method and the procedures to determine the resistance to contamination. Some of the steps of the procedure are shown below: